ChiOneWednesday

A group of writers in Chichester coming together once a month for inspiration, collaboration and sensation

Roaming Space

It’s hard to see the muse’s face

Through the fog of daily grind –

Give your mind some roaming space.

 

To write of people, time and place,

To concentrate you may find,

It can be hard to see the muse’s face.

 

If for you it is the case

Chores can make you blind

Give your mind some roaming space.

 

Imagination’s fingertips want to trace

Wise ideas’ features delicate and lined

Give your mind some roaming space.

 

Inspiration’s often like wispy lace

You need to catch and bind

It can be hard to see the muse’s face

 

The coming of Carapace

Creativity and ambition aligned –

It can be hard to see the muse’s face

Give your mind some roaming space.

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About Helen J Beal

I love writing, reading, sailing, water, beaches, knitting sometimes, cakes, cashmere, silk and prosecco always and the odd pork pie. Give me fresh air and a good night's sleep and I can win the world.

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This entry was posted on November 30, 2012 by in Poetry and tagged , , , .
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